I’m excited to report that two chapters are mostly done now. I have a bunch more started but they still have to be reviewed by the publisher. We’re working really hard to make them as complete and accurate and easy to read as possible.
I can provide a little more background as well now. I started working at NetSuite in 2012, and at that time, there were only about 200 people in my team, the Technical Services part of what was then known as Professional Services. I was the second person to work on scripts and integrations in the Denver, CO office, after my co-worker Ravi G. We didn’t have much in the way of what we call ‘enablement’ now, so we had to learn about NetSuite and scripts and everything the hard way - live while working with clients. I always wished there was a book I could read to help me get started, since I only had a very limited background in accounting and running a business and in NetSuite too, of course. I worked hard and learned everything I could, but that impression never left me.
Flash forward to December 2020, when Packt Publishing reached out to me, saying they were looking for an author to write a book about … Implementing NetSuite. I jumped at the chance, for sure. I think this is my opportunity to provide all those folks who are starting anew with the company and the product to learn the basics + more about the entire ecosystem that NetSuite encompasses now. This will be my first book and I hope it will be that useful tool I looked for 9 years ago.
If you read this and you have any ideas, suggestions or any feedback really, please let me know via the contact page here! I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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